5-Star Hotel Guide

New York

5-star guide to hotels in the Big Apple, the City that Never Sleeps

New York
New York

5-star hotel guide to New York

New York may be the city that never sleeps, the Big Apple and, to some, the centre of the Universe but it is also the home of high-rise 5-star luxury. You certainly won't lose any valuable slumber time if you stay at any of our stylish 5-star hotels in the Big Apple. Well rested and pampered, you can fully appreciate the myriad delights of this incredible vertiginous metropolis.

If there is one city that never ceases to dazzle and raise the tempo then it has to be New York. Moreover, if you haven't visited for several years, you'll be extremely impressed by its 'street-clean' makeover. This is a classy city, oozing style, and is an extremely tough act for any other metropolis to follow. Most of us have seen New York on film several times and peeled back layers and layers in literature, so the imagination becomes a rag bag of exciting preconceptions.

Aside from the legendary landmarks, outstanding restaurants, cafes and museums, New York is home to some of the world's best shopping districts. One of our favourites is Madison Avenue, which hosts flagship stores for every luxury brand, the likes of Chanel, Christian Louboutin and DKNY, as well as extraordinary boutiques like Reed Krakoff.

There are so many reasons to visit New York to experience its energy, and there's a 5-star hotel for every mood, from classics like The Pierre overlooking Central Park, to more recent arrivals like Robert de Niro's The Greenwich in Tribeca or The Surrey on East 76th Street between Madison and Fifth Avenue.

Our expert luxury hotel reviews will provide insights and top tips about the hotels, which rooms and suites to stay in, best restaurants and things to do while you're in town.

We look forward to the opening of Aman's new 5-star hotel in New York and will be amongst the first to visit and will be adding others to our handpicked collection over the coming months.

For restaurant reservations and insider advice, make sure to ask the hotel's concierge, invariably a fountain of local knowledge. New York does this service better than anywhere.